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Carolina Panthers to wear all-blue ‘Color Rush’ uniforms vs. Dallas Cowboys

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Charlotte Observer writers Jonathan Jones and Joe Person discuss the match up of the Panthers vs Washington game on Sunday.
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Charlotte Observer writers Jonathan Jones and Joe Person discuss the match up of the Panthers vs Washington game on Sunday.

The Carolina Panthers will wear all blue uniforms for next week’s Thanksgiving Day game against the Dallas Cowboys.

The Panthers and Cowboys will be part of the NFL’s “Color Rush” scheme with Nike, where teams playing on Thursday have worn a singular color.

It will be the first time in Panthers history the team will wear blue pants.

“I already know they’re going to be fire,” said cornerback Josh Norman, who said Thursday afternoon he had yet to see the uniforms. “I’ll probably be (looking like) the sweetest thing that touched that field. Man I don’t even know. Hey, look good play good. I mean, I’m gonna feel, I know I’m going to feel fresh.”

The Panthers will wear their usual blue jerseys. They won’t do anything different with their silver helmets, according to a team source.

The uniforms for the Panthers and Cowboys, who could be wearing all white, will be revealed at halftime of Thursday night’s game between Tennessee and Jacksonville.

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